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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 1
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    • time-relationships they copy the external processes of Nature. Yet in
    • Nature-processes. We need only call to mind one of the most important
    • with one another. For the process of development from the mother
    • silicious nature, are concerned in the process. The silicious nature
    • in the life of plants, by what means can the process be more or lese
    • emerges from it chemically, in this process, as oxygen and
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 2
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    • processes connected with it, are in a way related to the form and
    • — notably the head and the processes of breathing and
    • account for earthly processes. These effects are found in what is
    • unfolding of the growth-processes, and they depend throughout on the
    • itself grows inwardly alive and develops its own chemical processes,
    • process the “head” beneath must be supplied with what it
    • of the cosmic influences is not all. There is also the other process
    • which I may call the terrestrial or earthly — that process
    • place through a kind of digestive process, must in its turn be drawn
    • the soil the immediate terrestrial process.
    • of their external life. Yet in this very process they become open to
    • conditions, let us take our start from the seed-forming process. The
    • seed-formation, the earthly process of organisation is carried to the
    • preserve the cosmic process in the organism long enough — that
    • is, until the seed-forming process occurs once more.
    • cosmic process — that is to say, to grow hypertrophied, to grow
    • the plant-life is absorbed by the whole Nature-process. To some
    • essentially earthly. The cosmic process works only in the stream
    • other hand the earthly process works in the unfolding of leaf,
    • process quite exactly. Assume you have a plant growing upward from
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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 3
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    • — broken and crumbled, owing to certain processes which it has
    • the bearer of all the creatively formative processes in Nature.
    • process. Truly to see the carbon as it works in Nature, we must
    • his ever-mobile carbon-formative process, man lifts himself out of
    • breathing process reveal its meaning. In breathing we absorb
    • the human process: we have the breathing before us — the living
    • mediator in this process?
    • the human breathing process. Through it man receives into himself the
    • process thus: In all these structures, the Spiritual has become
    • the normal process of waking consciousness. A little more carbon
    • around you. Such is the real process in meditation. All becomes
    • processes, and I shall presently touch on some of them in somewhat
    • understand the process of seed-formation a little more fully than
    • knowledge of what the carbon develops throughout the process of
    • raying out from the circulatory process into the calcium and silicon
    • might also say, the process only passes through the carbon).
    • feeling or receptivity for these things, we can observe the process
    • cells. By a kind of inbreathing process it finds its way down there.
    • akin, not to the inbreathing, but to the outbreathing process.
    • process which in the other plants goes farther upward. They have a
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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 4
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    • the important question in the metabolic process is not the proportion
    • more or less in process of decomposition, and perhaps of animal decomposition-products
    • in process of decomposition — such earthly matter contains etherically
    • only does not go far enough in the process to become such plant-integument
    • product in process of decomposition — you will find it easier
    • process takes place in the forming of the tree. The earth itself is
    • to achieve all that is necessary up to the fruiting process. The plant
    • will more easily achieve what is necessary for the fruiting process,
    • this astralising process is permeated by the nitrogen-content, in such
    • a way that something arises very similar to a certain process in the
    • The process
    • process, but is content to stop, as it were, at the stage of leaf- and
    • stalk-formation. The process we here communicate to the Earth —
    • rightly, once we perceive the whole nature of the process.
    • passed through an organic process in the animal's digestive, metabolic
    • system. In some sense it will be in process of dissolution and disintegration.
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 5
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    • as occurring by virtue of the processes that arise of themselves, here
    • for the true Nature-process to take place once more in the right way.
    • still be of no use for plant-growth, unless by a proper manuring process
    • process, to that which really constitutes the body of the plant,
    • the entire process of plant growth. Yarrow is always the greatest boon,
    • into the whole process that is connected with the bladder.
    • by the process which takes place between the kidneys and the bladder.
    • Moreover, this process itself is dependent on the substantial nature
    • draw them into an organic process.
    • process. Hence it has sulphur in the precise proportions which are necessary
    • microscopic conditions. Now you must trace, for example, the process
    • tamed the materialistic lion in this respect, if I may say so. Processes,
    • For there is a hidden alchemy in the organic process. This hidden alchemy
    • that the potash is working properly in the organic process. Nay more,
    • organic processes, might well be revealed. The fact is that under the
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 6
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    • it, thus enhancing the growth process to the point of reproduction.
    • a being grows, it becomes larger. In this process the very same force
    • cell upon cell. That is a feebler reproductive process — one that
    • reproduction is an enhanced growth-process.
    • process which growth represents; but it has no power, without the Moon's
    • assistance, to produce the enhanced growth process of reproduction.
    • force which the Moon rays down into the plant, so that the seeding process
    • fruiting process. If on any occasion we perform what tends to fertilisation,
    • the dandelion-seed. Repeat this fire-process with it, prepare your little
    • bring about the reproductive process. In the animal kingdom, on the
    • the precise effects of time in the process) need not seem utterly strange
    • abnormal processes which occur as plant-diseases are not diseases in
    • not at all the same kind of process as in human diseases.
    • theorised about it instead of looking at the process, we might reach
    • not a healing process in the proper sense; it is simply the opposite
    • process to the one I described.
    • Then you will really take the processes of growth in hand. (We shall
    • and abnormalities). To get the growth-processes in hand — that
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 7
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    • earth and water. (The assimilation-process is of course, as I have often
    • consumed by the plant, they are given off, excreted, and this excretion-process
    • and take.” Even in relation to the breathing process — its
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 8
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    • the essence of the feeding process? To-day I would like to contribute
    • process, and yet, fundamentally speaking, that is how they think. In
    • combustion-process in the Body. (The materialists are fond of making
    • should we expect it to be otherwise? They talk of combustion-processes
    • inside the body. In reality there is not a single combustion-process
    • the body has quite another significance than that of a combustion-process.
    • Combustion is a process in mineral or lifeless Nature. Quite apart from
    • dead combustion-process which takes place in the outer world, but is
    • see into the process, you will readily observe in any plant or other
    • entity, whether or no it is fit to support some process in the animal
    • wish to create the foundations for an understanding of the feeding-process,
    • process — all that is going on in there. That which eventually
    • is excretion — excretion from the organic process. Earthly matter
    • this process in the metabolic and limbs system — beginning with
    • intestines. As to its processes, the content of the intestines is decidedly
    • process into the noble matter of the brain, there to become the basis
    • Ego-force — an Ego-force in process of becoming. Through the whole
    • organism, will most easily find its way, in the digestive process, to
    • the carrot, this process is fulfilled.
    • know that this is the real mutual process.
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture I
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    • processes in Nature, but do not coincide with those of
    • these natural processes their beginnings and endings. We need
    • itself from the fleeting process and is made permanent in the
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
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    • certain organs, the head in particular, and the processes
    • this process must interact with that which takes place above
    • “belly” (the processes above the surface throughout
    • from the processes in the immediate neighbourhood takes place
    • the whole process of Nature. These remnants have not yet
    • the process with knowledge. And yet a rational method is the
    • processes they produce as much manure as is needed to be
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture III
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    • processes of Agriculture through the substances of the
    • form to which certain processes in nature have reduced carbon
    • Nature. Carbon is really the bearer of all formative processes
    • like a palm tree, the breathing process wrenches it out of its
    • is this that gives meaning to the breathing process. When
    • have the human process of breathing, represented in man by the
    • we have an insight into the breathing process. When he
    • touches the breathing process; our soul is living and weaving
    • all around you. That is the real process in meditation.
    • upon perfectly real processes. And as I shall show in greater
    • process is hidden. But the ultimate products of carbon and
    • breathing, digestive and circulatory processes of man in
    • this process at work most wonderfully in all
    • oxygen. And in the papilionaceous plants a process takes place
    • their fruit process which in other plants tends to be higher up
    • develop the process allied to nitrogen far nearer to the earth
    • other plants, which unfold this process at a greater distance
    • presence of an extremely subtle process of Nature.
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture IV
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    • plant-like. The same process takes place in the formation of a
    • process in the human organism — a plant-like process
    • parallel in that process which brings about in the food we eat
    • compost, and if we carry through the process carefully,
    • whole process, and finding the right thing to do in any
    • we look into the whole nature of this compost process. For
    • an inner organic process in the metabolic system. There
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
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    • processes at work in the manure substance can only really be
    • it that the true Nature-process can take place to the full.
    • acts properly within the organic process towards that
    • throughout the whole process of plant growth in Nature.
    • insight into the whole process which is bound up with it. The
    • the yarrow are preserved by means of that process which takes
    • both human and animal organisms. This process is itself
    • substances and blends them into an organic process. I refer to
    • sulphur forces especially in the potash-formative process, and
    • microscopic, let us, follow the process undergone by camomile
    • the processes which the camomile undergoes there, the
    • process and when sick it can be healed with a kind of
    • fortunate that, here the curative process is almost the same
    • processes there is a secret alchemy. This hidden alchemy will,
    • connected in organic processes. Under the influence of
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VI
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    • occurs? It is this: The process of absorption which
    • to use. The abnormal processes in plants to which it refers are
    • clearly. Above all, they are not processes such as take place
    • not so much a healing process as a process exactly opposite to
    • over the processes of growth; and we shall see later that this
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VII
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    • for these natural processes always have a great
    • exist between all her processes.
    • and water. The process of transformation which I have
    • plant, air and warmth are given off by it. And this process of
    • animal is important as a process of nutrition becomes in the
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VIII
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    • process of taking in foodstuffs and after certain changes, of
    • What else indeed could we expect? We speak of processes
    • the organism means something quite different from a process of
    • combustion. Combustion is a process which takes place in
    • not the same as the “dead” process of burning, but
    • human organism. If one can look into this process, the very
    • not it is capable of promoting some process in the animal
    • existence? Let us look at the whole organic process. All that
    • organic process. Earthly matter has been excreted in order to
    • serve as a base for the ego. Now the process of the working-up
    • of the intestines are in their processes closely akin to the
    • process, dung is transformed into the noble matter of the
    • by way of the digestive process. We shall therefore
    • calf eating carrots portrays this whole process. The
    • realising how this mutual process arises.
    • head, the converse process must be able to begin, i.e. the
    • become akin to it. It.is a sexual process within the metabolic
    • from the head. The whole process can be seen quite clearly.
    • for processes which should arise in this way, we must choose a
    • plants in which the process of fruit-formation has been
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